Director Andrew Adamson and visionary filmmaker James Cameron bring to the big screen in 3D format the famous Cirque du Soleil. Captivating, mesmerizing, intriguing, full of fantasy and wonder leaves audiences holding their breath and sighing in awe as they witness these amazing performers. Acrobats, dance, music, death defying feats, rich in beauty and color is Cirque du Soliel or “Circus of the Sun.” In presenting this amazing film in 3D format, audiences will feel as though they are on screen and can reach out and touch the performers.
Presented in the form of a classic love story of boy meets girl, they fall into a world of a different dimension filled with distractions and obstacles along the way. There the audience is introduced into a world of flying acrobats and carousels, water dances, fire blowers, villains, and a host of other performers as boy and girl find their way back to each other. True love overcomes every obstacle and together they fly.
Cirque du Soleil started in Quebec, Canada. Known then as “The High Heels Club” in the early 1980’s, over time other acts joined in and by 1984 the name was changed to Cirque du Soleil. In 1987, the show crossed the border into the United States and by the 1990’s the show was so successful Cirque du Soleil began to tour the world. As of 2007, there are 16 different Cirque du Soleil shows presented throughout the world. This is a movie worth seeing check your local theaters for show times, opened December 21.